Clarissa Wild is a New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author, best known for the dark Romance novel Mr. X. Her novels include the Fierce Series, the Delirious Series, the Stalker Duology, Twenty-One (21), Ultimate Sin, Viktor, Bad Teacher, RUIN, and the Indecent Games Series. She is an avid reader and writer of sexy stories about hot men and feisty women. Her other loves include her furry cat friend and learning about different cultures. In her free time she enjoys watching all sorts of movies, reading tons of books and cooking her favorite meals.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Author: Clarissa Wild
Holy bat shit! Father is dirty, it's wrong and it's so bloodily tempting that you can't stop reading no matter what your objections are. Clarissa Wild takes it up one more notch and makes you question whether or not all preachers are like Frank, the man who has lived through so much ordeal and pain, finding solace in the bottom of a bottle until it disappears and the nightmares let him breathe rather than squeeze what life he has left. Then one Sunday morning during church, his eyes lands on a beautiful woman, who with the help of a confessional, makes him see that maybe, just maybe life can be lived once again. Their relationship and their connection is tested when secrets of their past catches up to them and the opportunity for revenge comes knocking at their door..
Like i mentioned, Father is so very wrong that it's delicious. Things i never would have expected from any single person, whether they be religious or not, happened, and boy could i not look away. I honestly laughed - so much so that i was constantly asked what was going on, and i wouldn't have it any other way. I love how Clarissa Wild took a subject and made it her own, made it so that you have to make a choice; either you love it or you don't. and i love it, even with my own personal beliefs (which made it so that i haven't been to church since my first communion when i was 8). I couldn't get enough, and i sure as heck couldn't have wished for more because she nailed everything on the head and made you realize that Frank was right: Everyone has needs. It's what makes us human. Even preachers.